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    Donald Trump attended an August 2015 meeting that federal prosecutors believe was central to a criminal scheme to violate campaign finance laws to help Trump win the presidency, according to a source familiar with the matter. […]

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A Wyoming Legislative committee is proposing a program similar to one used by Obamacare – the Affordable Care Act, to lower health insurance costs in Wyoming. The program would put a tax on health insurance plans and use the money raised to pay for a portion of high cost patient care. The net effect would be to lower insurance premiums, since the health insurance companies wouldn’t have to pay for the full amount of the care.
Should Wyoming adopt a program similar to Obamacare?
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Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison, but he claims one of the campaign finance crimes he pleaded guilty to was at the direction of the president. So how might this impact Mr. Trump? The Washington Post’s Eugene Scott joins CBSN to explain.

Enzi stops vote on benefits for Vietnam Navy vets

By Austin Huguelet, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., blocked an expedited vote Monday on a bill to restore benefits to a group of Vietnam War Navy veterans who say they’re suffering the effects of Agent Orange.  Click here for more

Coal research facility’s completion date pushed back 3 years

By Associated Press
GILLETTE — A facility that plans to allow companies to build pilot plants to test coal conversion technologies has been pushed back three years.  Click here for more

Wyoming officials pleased with changes proposed to sage grouse policies

By MArk Davis, Powell Tribune
CHEYENNE —  Changes in regulations that will affect millions of acres of federal sage grouse habitat across the West are being praised by Western governors, including Wyoming’s Gov. Matt Mead. The new proposal from the Trump administration also triggered immediate disapproval by many conservation organizations. Click here for more

Gift Ideas Made In Wyoming

By Glen Woods, KGAB
STATEWIDE — There are times that you want that gift to come from where you are from. Sending something from Wyoming to folks way out of state can really make a statement around the holiday season.  Click here for more

Bitcoin [BTC] is tax-free in Wyoming; IRS or Feds cannot get anything out of Wyoming says, Wall Street veteran

By Akash Girimath, AMB Crypto
STATEWIDE — Caitlin Long, former chairman and president at Symbiont.io and a Wall Street veteran who has been actively participating in the Bitcoin community since 2012, spoke about the current state of cryptocurrency regulation and taxation.

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Bomb Threat In Wheatland, Wyoming

Posted 12-13-18, Wyoming Highway Patrol (WHEATLAND) - On December 13, 2018, around 11:30 a.m. the Wyoming Highway Patrol Explosive K-9 team were requested to assist Wheatland Police Department for a reported bomb threat. The threat was specific to the West Elementary...

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BLM Wyoming December oil and gas lease sale garners $4,000

Posted 12-13-18, Bureau of Land Management (CHEYENNE) -  In support of the Bureau of Land Management’s mission to support sustainable and productive public lands, BLM Wyoming raised nearly $4,000 this week through its quarterly online oil and gas lease sale. The BLM...

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  • Amy Schumer Promises to Stop Trying to Look...

    Actress Amy Schumer lamented how women in comedy need to look "super fuckable" in order to get attention in the industry in a new interview, saying that she won't be dressing that way anymore during her standup comedy act. […]

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  • Michigan jury acquits woman in crash that killed...

    BAY CITY, Mich. (AP) - A Michigan jury has acquitted a woman in the high-speed crash deaths of a married couple. Jurors deliberated for less than two hours Thursday before finding 42-year-old Angela R. Majchrzak not guilty of two counts of reckless driving causing death. MLive.com reports that the […]

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    Amid a slowing economy and a slew of mixed signals from the environment ministry, China's embattled local governments are facing a dilemma: do they go all out to curb smog this winter, or do their best to keep factories humming? […]

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In 2010, the federal government began offering tax credits to buyers of electric vehicles, as a way to spur their development. The tax credits are expiring, and major oil companies are asking Congress to let them die. However, General Motors and Tesla would like the program to continue.
Should the tax credits designed to help electric vehicle sales continue, or should they be allowed to expire?
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  • The President attended an August 2015 meeting...

    Donald Trump attended an August 2015 meeting that federal prosecutors believe was central to a criminal scheme to violate campaign finance laws to help Trump win the presidency, according to a source familiar with the matter. […]

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  • Michigan jury acquits woman in crash that killed...

    BAY CITY, Mich. (AP) - A Michigan jury has acquitted a woman in the high-speed crash deaths of a married couple. Jurors deliberated for less than two hours Thursday before finding 42-year-old Angela R. Majchrzak not guilty of two counts of reckless driving causing death. MLive.com reports that the […]

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  • Amy Schumer Promises to Stop Trying to Look...

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  • Smog and a hard place: China regions caught...

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